Google names 16 startups for startup accelerator program in India

Technology major Google announced names of 16 startups for the fifth cohort of its startup accelerator program in India.
Google Cloud at IT trade showGoogle for Startups Accelerator (GFSA) India is a three-month, free mentorship and support program for startups to utilize the cutting-edge technology to build for India and the world. Over the past few years, GFSA India has worked with over 80 startups.

The tech giant had opened applications for the fifth batch in March.

“After screening over 700 applicants, we have identified 16 startups, to form the fifth class of GFS Accelerator India,” Paul Ravindranath G, Program Manager, Google for Startups Accelerator, India, said in a blog post.

The startups from across key areas requiring innovation such healthcare, fin-tech, social, education, agri-tech will receive three months of mentorship and support from Google and Industry mentors, he added.

The 16 Indian startups are EkinCare, AgNext, Goals101, OkCredit, Nemocare Wellness, Zypp Electric, Bolo Live (Bolo Indya), Yoda, Hypd, EloElo, Aquaconnect, Bullet, MedCords, LegitQuest, KareXpert, and Walrus.

These will have access to Google teams, tech guidance on projects, machine learning related support, UX and design mentorship, leadership workshops, networking opportunities, and PR support among others.

Google in September last year launched the fourth batch of its GFSA program with 20 startups. The fourth GFS Accelerator program doubled its batch size from 10 to 20 startups.

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